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    I remember a thread here on SRP covering the same topic years back. Here's mine. Soft shell Blue crab sandwich from the Chesapeake. I was raised on this stuff. Name:  crab.jpg
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    Hard to decide...possible tie between hot pastrami or a Reuben sammich

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    Mate that looks dam good

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCakeDC View Post
    I remember a thread here on SRP covering the same topic years back.
    Probably this one. My favorite is still the Tuna sandwich Malta style.
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    Dang, only 1? Love me a reuben, Monte Cristo (pleasantly surprised someone mentioned it), Phili cheese steak, turkey & avocado and my as well throw em all into a dogwood type sandwich, oh yeah, lol.

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    Any sandwich my woman makes me is my # 1.

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    sorry but i guess the roughneck in me still likes me a bologna and mustard sandmich ,, simple and filling and I would say I can get it anywhere! tc
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    Back in the 60s in Pensacola FL, there was a bar named Al's Castle Bar. Al was from NY and served a hot pastrami (sliced paper thin) on Jewish rye bread with Polish mustard. One of those sandwiches with a bottle of Heinekin beer made you want more. And we usually ate more than one sandwich.
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    The "Big Red Reuben" from a German restaurant named Danzers located in Syracuse, NY. Homemade rye, grilled open faced, tons of fresh corned beef, topped with red cabbage, swiss, and Russian dressing. It's heavenly!

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